Nissan heritage program kicks off with parts for R32 GT-R
Nissan has launched the Nismo Heritage program in Japan, aimed at keeping classic cars running well into the future with newly-produced spare parts.
Jointly run by Nissan, Nissan Motorsports, Autech, and a handful of suppliers, the first beneficiary of the scheme is the legendary R32 Skyline GT-R.
New Wrangler misses AEB for now, coming to Oz for testing
The seventh-generation Jeep Wrangler, set for a late-2018 arrival in Oz, will likely launch without autonomous-emergency braking (AEB) systems.
That means the car, unveiled today at the Los Angeles motor show, will be automatically disqualified from a five-star safety rating under European and Australian testing.
The latest generation of BMW's well-regarded infotainment system is making its away across the company's line-up, featuring in every new and updated model for the past year or so.
Dubbed iDrive 6, the new system maintains its familiar style, with control available by both touchscreen and a button-flanked rotary dial mounted in the centre console.
The new Jaguar F-Pace SVR has been spied testing outside the Nurburgring, where the hot crossover will be put through its paces.
At the front, the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) tuned SUV has a revised front fascia with a new grille and porous covers hiding enlarged air intakes. There's also a bunch of tape on the bonnet, beneath which hides a pair of vents.
2018 Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner interior spied
The interior of the next-generation Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner has been spied during testing in southern Europe.
This latest batch of photos includes the first images of the interior. Despite the extensive use of covers, we can see the new van will have a cabin heavily influenced by the i-Cockpit designs from the most recent Peugeot passenger cars.
There are a few nods to the vans' different mission in life, including analogue gauges and a high-mounted manual transmission shifter.